Hevesy



[he-ve-shee] /ˈhɛ vɛ ʃi/

noun
1.
Georg von
[ge-awrg vawn] /gɛˈɔrg vɔn/ (Show IPA), 1885–1966, Hungarian chemist: Nobel Prize 1943.
/Hungarian ˈhɛvɛʃi/
noun
1.
Georg von (ˈɡeːɔrɡ fɔn). 1885–1966, Hungarian chemist. He worked on radioactive tracing and, with D. Coster, discovered the element hafnium (1923): Nobel prize for chemistry 1943

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